Piikani First Nation and First Mile Researchers Host 3-day Cultural and Digital Literacy Camp

On July 7-20, 2017, Piikani community members and First Mile researchers held a 3-day Piikani Cultural and Digital Literacy Camp focused on the community’s Past, Present and Future. Grade 9 students learned Blackfoot language and culture while camping on the land. They documented camp activities using digital video cameras, which was an entry point to[…]

Digital Futures: Alberta 2017 continues to promote regional IT development

From http://www.vanhorneinstitute.com/event/digital-futures-alberta-2017/ Digital Futures: Alberta 2017 March 16 @ 8:30 am – March 17 @ 3:30 pm Digital Futures: Alberta 2017 is the seventh Digital Futures symposium and the first to be held in Cochrane, Alberta. 2017 promises to be a busy year in broadband across Alberta. Provincially work continues on a diverse range of local[…]

Sunchild E-Learning Centre

On August 19, 2010 the Sunchild E-Learning Centre celebrated its tenth year of delivering quality distance education to Aboriginal learners throughout Alberta and the NWT. The Sunchild E-learning Centre started when, “[i]n 1999, members of the Sunchild First Nation considered the lack of education in their community and decided alternative methods were needed to reach Aboriginal[…]

First Mile Video – Blood Tribe Goes Wireless

Standoff – Alberta Tuesday, 20 March 2012, 12:56 PM Video shot and edited by John Pantherbone Intro sequence by John Pantherbone In this video Clayton Blood, the communications advisor to Blood Tribe – Kanai Chief and Council, describes the community’s plans to develop a locally owned and operated network. VIDEO TO BE EMBEDDED The Blood[…]